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    SubjectRe: Mild filesystem corruption on ext4 (no journal)
    Alan Jenkins wrote:
    > Eric Sandeen wrote:
    >> Alan Jenkins wrote:


    >> And did the reread after dropping caches have the right data?
    > Yes.
    >> Did the block numbers reported by filefrag -v change post-boot?
    > Oh, I didn't understand that's what you were asking for.

    Yeah, after I saw that bug it does seem to be solely a data flushing
    issue. I was trying the testcase and looking at what is on-disk in the
    original image, what's on-disk after the unmount, and what is seen in
    the chroot, for the file in question.... 3 different answers.

    (and oddly enough dropping caches doesn't show it; you have to


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